Logic Seeks To Motivate His Fans With "Heard Em Say"

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Logic offers up an ode to Kanye West with "Heard Em Say."

Logic is retiring from the rap world and he's doing so in pretty spectacular fashion. While many have criticized his previous albums, there is no denying that No Pressure is among his best efforts. On this project, we see a more refined Logic who is taking risks while also narrowing his bars down to what really matters most. Not to mention, this is some of his best production yet.

One of the best examples of this album's conciseness is "Heard Em Say" which is named after the popular Kanye West song. Throughout this track, we get a gorgeous vocal sample all while Logic looks to motivate his fans with his signature peace, love, and positivity. If you're a Logic fan, you can't help but marvel at his final body of work.

Quotable Lyrics:

Never mind who be bitchin'
This is for the person in the back who always gon' listen
Fuck a punchline, this is food for thought like the lunch line
We all got problems, the question is, can you solve 'em?
Had the courage to face all of 'em and resolve 'em

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Alexander Cole is the current Managing Editor of HotNewHipHop. He started at HotNewHipHop back in 2018 where he began as a Sports and Sneakers writer. During this time, he has shown an expertise in Air Jordans, Yeezys, and all things that have to do with Nike. His favorite kicks are the Air Jordan 1 High OG, the Air Jordan 4, the Air Jordan 6, and the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in the "Beluga 2.0" colorway. Although his collection might not be the biggest, he is always looking to add new styles to it. When it comes to sports, Alex has a particular interest in the NBA and the NFL. His favorite teams are anywhere LeBron goes, and the Kansas City Chiefs. As a Montrealer, the Montreal Canadiens hold a special place in his heart, even if they haven't won the Stanley Cup in his lifetime. Alex also works for the Concordia Stingers, where he provides play-by-play and color commentary for the football, hockey, and basketball teams His favorite hip-hop artists are Kendrick Lamar, Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and Lil Uzi Vert.